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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME J The Store of Quality. Satitbetiott Gvarantccd Money Commands Great Values IN Wobey Unshrinkable Underwear We have many ODD linea in Wolsey high-grade Underwear that must be cleared before Bprin^; goods arrive. TO THOSE WHO WANT the beat there is, now is the time to buy the highest grade Underwear StSHRinnABUt i" Canada at money saving priced. GUARANTEE Any garment bearing the Wolsoy trade mark T7 J? "RiE ' shrunk m washing, will be repluceil.......... XVJ_ix_� . Wolsey Natural Wool, regular price $4.00, sale $2.75 per Suit  " 5.00 3.35 " 5.50 i.OO Fancy  - 0.00 4.15 H.50 4.50 7.00 o.Of) Special Values in Men's Half Hose All Wool Cashmeres at 25 & 3Sc. LbTIIBKIDGE. ALBEBTA.t^UfiSDAY. FEBRUARY 7.1907. JOS. McKAY WAS Former Lethbridge Man Uses Hit Ufe iaWfti| A Tree Felt OA Hin. Wocd has ruaclwKl the ciiy that Jan. Howtjll McKii.v, son of I). -.1. TMcKni', iDCl tvi'th a fat'ul uccidc>nt ait OaniK'r, Washington. Ho was work -irig In li iuaibcf camp, a troo telling oil hiiti and killing him instantly. Ho was 3'> years of age and was. last InLethbridgo at; t*� dci^ill of his ais-tur, Mrs. Sfpriiii.: ito to lie employed with the A.ii;'A"li Co. This is the fourth dhatil in McKay family in a little over A year. Mr. nnd 3Ii-s. McKay aad th^ir relativefi will have the sympathy of the com-muniiy. � ' .\ FUEL FOR THE SETTLERS The DoiTiinion I^and -AgBnt here reoi!ivud the following hnrwrtant int!6.saa:c by telegraph from Hon. Frank Oliver, Minister of XMa Interior this niorningt; Ottawa, Fol). 6, 1907. .'Vnnouncc at once that vithin limits of your agency,.owing ito weaither coiidition.s and scarcity of fuel, Jiomc fitoadcrs ai^e roliovod from ' rcsidonca duties without/forfeiture'of f�trio8 tntll May Ittl the dis trict (mst range, 20^ W**^; fourth. FlRAMk'dLIVER. TKY US FIRST. YOU WILL FIND IT HERE. 8ATI8ItS( " our customers: CHINOOK LICKS UP SNOW A Chinook .struck tliis district yes-tcrda.v and is .still here anrl doing S'raiiil work. The .tnow is leaving the prairie rapidly fkii^.thcne are al ready many bare BpiiM.. If the warm wind keeps klowine ^^nother six hours there will b�-little snow left. TWELVE MEN FROZEN? .\ report \va.� brotig-ht to the city this week by persons delayed through the snow blockade at Medicine Hat, that 12 por.sons wore fiozon to death on iho prairie near that city. The report says that the party, all nM?n were living in one: shaclt in order to save fuel, but tltoBufiply was soon e.xhausted and thcy.,diod from the exposure to. tba, cold, .if the rumor is correct. Medicine M^it. is noi say- ing much about it. BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL coMFnrrHAirNosE The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In LQt^ibridge I It has ju.st leako;! out that W. II. Dobbin, the i-eal estate man, sold a big sub-division in the north |>art of the city last month to Moos;! .law-parties, who make a specialty of .�MONTON HIC.II mVEU INMSl-AIL BRANCHE� IN ALBERTA LEAVI.VGS HJMtOS STAVBLV LETHBRIDGE riKCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rOMOKA VBGREVtLLB MEDICINE HAT tBri OEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LETHBRIDGE BRANCH n K NOURSF.. MANAOB^ Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Cipital all paid np............. Rewrved Fund................ Balaace Profit and Losa........ .$l4,�M,flM MS. IS* Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: RIGHT HON. LOUD STRATHCOMA AMD MOUNT KOrAL, 0. 0. M. 0. VICE-PAEeiDRNT: HON. Sin OEOKQH A. DHVMMOND, K. C. M. 0. s, OLOUSTO}:, Gi�ai.At MANAoaa Brancnes and Agencies at aXl tl aprlnclpal points in Canada Also iu Liondon, Englat d, Kaw Ycrlc, Chicago, Spokane and I'cwtoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commarcial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERUS Drsftt sold available at all polata in United Statea, Borops tsad Canada Interval allowed on dapasita at currant, ratas Lethbridge Branch - LL;"*" Cattle Shipments. '1'. li). i'ubieson recently received the following' statcmt^nt of the ship-men-ts of cattle from tl>is district ihis year, along with the (Tg-iire.9 for last year: 1901 lS)Or> Cochrane ............... 1,000 Calgary ................. l.srvo Strathnioro ......... 700 Gleichcn ............... 1,400 Brooks ............... 1,100 .Suflleld ......... ....... 2,000 Dunmore ............. '>,500 Walsh ................... 1,200 Maple Crock ......... 2,500 \Vo:eckit.r ......... .iOO LethbHdgw .......... 4,000 Pierce................ 2,000 Mac,lecd ............... 1,050 Fiegan ............... 2,500 Pmclur ................ 1.500 Claresholm ........... 4,0' atijoino'J business mooting of the I'apti.^t Talernaclc was held on \Voy the 1,500 could be raised to clear oO" the chtircli dcln.. The ^following collect or.s were iippointetl:- Anioddod to the amouiH alroad.v rai.fcvl. inakirrg tha total ovnr S30'V A Piiblieity CommitsioBer. Tlie Board of Trade hold an Im-l>ortant meeting last night. It vaa virtually decided to engage a ptihlic-rty commissioner, who would Iswsp I.eihbridge to the front �md watch for all chances to locate industries here. The matter is now in the hands of a conunitteo. Mr. Conybeare and Mr. CuttnlnS -ham were appointed a commiitlBe to confer with the Council in regard to industrial sites. A strong resolution urging mora cfllcient mail service in the West, b�-pccially (:incc the Po�t-ofnco dcpart-monl now had a lai-ge aurp.'.us, woe passed. The rostoiTlcc Inspector will be urged to have letter boxes placed at the Union station. C. .1. Eckstorm proposed that the city should send a man with literature advertising Lethbridge, to accompany the ball team on its tour from Minneapolis vest. The scheme was strongly favored, and a comi'-mittw will deal with the matter. ri�t�"t Dnniight proof ottm Ine !n fi'o t. Hihb.>(i Ovttom THE NAME NEXT TO A MAN COlkfES^l HIS UNDERWEAR There is no part of the clothing Uuii has so much influence oh tha health as the underwear. It coines in direct contact with ihe Iiores of the skin all over the body. If the (abric from which the underwear is made be impure or adulterated, the;effect upon the.: health and comfort of the wearer is aaything bat deairable. -It is,-therefore, of the greatest importanca to see that yon get the fiKhi^ kind of underwear. JAEGER stands for THE BEST, as only the finest and purest wool is used in m.-ikin^ the celebrated undsrwesr. JAtOKK ' Javier's I WE HAVE THE CHOICEST ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS EVER SHOWN IN LETHBRIDGE. Neglifee Shirts StaAfield's Underwear The latest fancy in New York.i Pure wool, unshrinkable. This made of fine percales, dimity,I line is heavy, soft and fleecy, etc., in nobby stripi^s and other Just the thing for cold weather smart American patterns, sizes wear. Sizes 34-48. Price, per Judge for Lethbridge. Attorney Concral Cross has introduced a bill in the Allierta Legislature providing for the formation of district courts. On� of them- will be established at LethbridlH! and that wo wiil have a :udge. He will be appointed and the court organized at a vory ctarly date. (ONSEUVAT1VE.S Wt)N. Tlie Mc.liridu government was sustained in fJ. C. ConscrvatiwM carried 20 scats, Lilbiorals 13, Social)-Bts 3. W, �. Ross was elected nt Pernio, Dr. Kiirg at franbrook and Dr. Hall at \els(,n. Camrose will \ote on a b.v-law to raise S10,000 foi' fire appliances. DobiMn. The salary of Hev. J. A. Clark, pastor of Knox Church, Calgary, is to be raised from S1.800 to 82,.500. A DAD IIOAD. U^toHi Price.......$1,251 HBK K�rnient. Fine Wolsey Uaderwcar One of the best English makes, does not irritate the skin, and will not shrink. Abaolutely pure wool. Price, per gar- $LOO!ment...................$t.SS IC SHIRT For the WORKINGMAN The Aeme of Comfort. 4 REASONS WHY The H. B. K. Shirt is the best Shirt for the Workingman. .Several accidents have occurred on the road, leading to the br.dge. Today a load of coal and a carriage team, owing to th* icy road, sHppe^ into Uio coulee and caused soino damage, l^he city should repair this road immediately. 1. Buttons sewed on by hand.......can't come off 2. Button-hoitts bur tacked... .....can't wear out 3. Scams are double stitched............can't rip 4. (iussetts reinforced..................ciin'tleiir In Addition H Tl�ey arc made of tlie best materials, by the most e.xport oiwratorson workingmon's shirts in Cniiuda CAMS aasBtt sntsnaa Roomy, Comfortable, Easy to Work in. A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100 LETHSniOGC. ALTA. ;